Saturday, October 14, 2017

Introducing the Chantilly Paper Lace Collection Blog Hop


Welcome sweet friends, today we are introducing a new die collection by Becca Feeken for Spellbinders called Chantilly Paper Lace - you can take a quick peek of the entire collection-> HERE.

Have you ever rummaged around in your grandmothers attic, through memories of the past to find sweet letters and cards romantically tucked away for safe keeping while preserving sweet acquaintances and conversations of the past?  Letters adorned with the finest decorations, now tattered and ripened with age, impress what an honor it was to receive these treasures.  Becca reached into the past to restore some of these treasures, preserving the fine detail, the elegance and the pure femininity into modern day romantic die cuts that are at home on any card.  The collection is reminiscent of petticoats, fine lace and adornments and are designed so that each die works with the other.  In fact, the card front dies are designed so that they can be used alone or two can be layered over each other.  Join us as each Creative Team member shares their creations with two dies from the collection.  

We are listing all of the creative team so that you don't miss a beat but don't forget, each of us will be giving away an Amazing Paper Grace die pulled from the comments - one from each blog and hint-hint you'll want to make sure you leave a comment on the Spellbinders Blog too.  The prize details are at the bottom of my post.  So, without further ado let me talk about the dies I get to introduce:



When i saw this collection of dies i was so excited to create lots of vintage styled cards that i so love to do.  For my card i am sharing i used simple but rich colors of fresh crisp linen and kraft and layered the dies to create a sweet and thoughtful Thank you card for a dear friend.  This die has so much incredible detail i had to create a shadow so that you wouldn't miss but a one. 


My favorite part of this die was the ease of how the paper popped out of it with all that amazing detail in it.  This has so many fun parts in the set I can see lots of other layered cards with the rest of the collection in the weeks to come.  It's really gorgeous!!


The hemstitch oval is also one of my favorite dies and will surely be in with my go to's for everyday projects.  For this card i only used the largest die and stamped my image and then layered it over a pretty vintage floral paper from Prima.  This card reminds me so much of a country cottage or farmhouse and i really love how this one came out.


With the Hemstitch Oval die you get 3 sizes of ovals in the set and with the hemstitch design you can use or not use it so that is a real plus. Creating beautiful projects will be so easy.  And this would be a wonderful die to pick up to layer on some of the other new dies in the Chantilly Paper Lace Collection.


But wait--- i have one more to share :)


And because it was so easy to use i had time to create another style of card using the same die but using it as a frame to add my Christmas trees and holly that i fussy cut from the paper.  I found these pretty papers in my stash while cleaning and thought how fun to make a pretty holiday card using the set.  I used 2 frames and the hemstitch design and cut this pretty glitter paper from Ruby Rock-it.  It cuts like a dream and i can see lots more projects in my future for this one too.


I just love that pretty hemstitch design in the dies and it gives it such a beautiful detail to my project but not too overwhelming to add other things into the mix.  

And now its time to share about the prizes and where you can get the new dies!


Availability:
These dies have just arrived and are indeed available on the Spellbinders Website ---; HERE

In the meantime, be sure you leave a comment on this post for a chance to win an Amazing Paper Grace Die from the recent Venise Lace Collection.

Prizes:
There are five dies that are being given away and each winner that left their comment on Saturday gets an early bird bonus. One name will be randomly picked from comments left on each of our five blogs on the Introducing Chantilly Paper Lace post between October 14 and October 17, 2017 at midnight US Central Time and our international friends can participate!  The randomly selected names will be announced on the Amazing Paper Grace Blog on October 18th.  (All giveaways for this hop are managed by and the responsibility of Amazing Paper Grace)
Up for grabs is an Amazing Paper Grace die of your choice from the Venise Lace Collection; there will be a total of five dies and a winner can win once among all five blogs.   If your name is selected, simply claim it within 2 weeks of announcement by sending your address through the form under the Contact Tab on the Amazing Paper Grace Blog. The dies will be mailed out from Amazing Paper Grace.

Click the links to get to more sweet samples:
Visit Joanna   - joannakrog.blogspot.com to see her take on Lunette Arched Borders and Lily Pearl Flat Fold Flowers
Visit Teresa   -  victorianpaperqueen.blogspot.com to see her take on Coralene's Chemise and Hemstitch Ovals
Visit Melissa  - keepsakesbymelissa.blogspot.com  to see her take on Tallulah Frill and Breanna's Corset
Visit Kristi      - kristispapercreations.blogspot.com to see her take on Annabelle's Trousseau and Vintage Pierced Banners
Visit Becca     - amazingpapergrace.com/blog Here, showing Bella Rose Lattice along with Hannah Elise
Visit Becca     -  spellbindersblog.com for your first Chantilly Paper Lace Project including step by step photo instruction.

Thanks so much for joining us for Introducing Chantilly Paper Lace!
Leave a comment - tell us, which of these dies would is closest to your heart?







71 comments:

  1. What Awesome cards love the layering and the choice of papers are perfect. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Stunning cards Teresa! Such beautiful designs!! I need those Dies for sure now!! ;)

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  3. Awesome cards! I especially love your Chemice frame card!

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  4. Those hemstitch ovals really add beautiful detail to your cards. They make a simple card elegant, then you add those great embellishments to take them up another notch. You made awesome cards with B=both sets of dies.

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  5. Such beautiful cards! Love all the layers!

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  6. Beautiful works of art!
    I just love this collection!
    Betty

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  7. You've' showcased these dies beautifully! Really love the look of the hemstitch ovals!

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  8. Beautiful! I really love that more and more, there is a tendency towards creating Intricate Die Sets that are multi-functional, working as individual pieces or together as a set. I try wherever possible to invest wisely, and these dies certainly fit the bill. The Hemstitch brings back memories of the Lacey edges of my Grandmothers tableclothes and matching napkins. Can't go wrong with vintage looks. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. what beautiful cards and samples you have created to inspire and make us drool. "Must have" product for sure

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  10. Wow - everything is so pretty! I'm so happy to see the ovals with the hemstitch - they will be a favorite. But LACE!!! How I love all of the beautiful lace!

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  11. Love Love Love this!!!
    Have a good one!!!
    Loopy Lyndaxxx

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  12. Beautiful projects! I love the "lace" look!

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  13. Love the stitched ovals, can see lots of uses.

    Shirley Gilbert

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  14. Hi, Teresa,
    Thank you for creating such beautiful cards to showcase these spectacular dies. What delights for lace lovers. Can't wait to see all the lovely ways you spark our imagination!
    Blessings, Sandy

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  15. Thank you everyone for all the very sweet comments about Becca's new collection, it's pretty amazing and really fun to create with. And thank you too for stopping over on our hop today :)

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  16. OH MY!!! SO WONDERFULLY GORGEOUS! My "wish list/Christmas list" will be SO LONG this year! LOL I LOOOOVE the way you shadowed the first card, so we could see the detail!I LOVE all the different parts to this die! Your second card- is EQUALLY AS GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE the hemstitching dies! sigh! Such a PERFECT SET for the basics of these GORGEOUS DIES! And the last card is SO SWEET & FESTIVE & VINTAGY! LOVE the colors you've used & the sparkle! ;) sigh!!!

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  17. Beautiful! I love the simplicity of the Hemstitch circles. Just awesome!

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  18. Coralene's Chemise was my favourite and I was excited to see which one of you talented ladies created something with it. All your cards are beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Love the Christmas one with the gold oval.

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  19. Love them all it is hard to pick a favourite . The dies are just stunning and the cards are so beautiful. Christine S

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  20. The dies are just stunning. It is hard to pick a favourite I love them all. The cards are so beautiful. Christine S

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  21. Wspaniałe kartki, świetne wykrojniki.Pozdrawiam :)

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  22. What beautiful cards showing off the dies. Another fantastic set of Papergrace dies x

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  23. Thanks for showing how these exquisite dies can be used.

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  24. Wonderful cards and new dies!! The first one (the Coralene's Chemise Layering Frame Large)is just perfect for a vintage look and love the versatility of the Hemstitch Oval die!

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  25. Beautiful Cards! This is another stunning collection and I especially love these hemstitched ovals.

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  26. Hi Teresa, this die set is beautiful and so are your cards.
    Rene from OZ x

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  27. Love that the die does the "heavy" work. It makes the card look complicated but is really simple and quick to make!

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  28. these are wonderful dies. love the versatility of the oval dies. (gail)

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  29. Beautiful....just beautiful! Love the Christmas card.

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  30. Beautiful cards and I've fallen in love with Coralene's Chemise Layering Frame.I'm sure I have space for the Hemstitch Ovals too.

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  31. I love these dies and you make it so easy to fall in love with them, beautiful cards!

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  32. The hem stitch dies are lovely. I especially love the Christmas card you made with the ovals.

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  33. Becca has really out done herself on this one and the DT's are shining.

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  34. Love all the dies and your beautiful cards.

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  35. This hemstitched oval die in this Chantilly Paper Lace collection is so lovely. I can see this would be a very useful and much used die for me.

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  36. Its so hard to pick but I think I would get so much use out of the Oval Dies. Lovely card.

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  37. Love them both! Kudos to Becca as they are all lovely, but I don't think I will be able to do without the Coralene's Chemise Layering Frame.

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  38. I don't do a lot of larger cards but with Coralene's Chemise Layering Frame Large I could see using parts for smaller cards very easily. I'm up for it!

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  39. Wow, I really love both of your cards today. These dies are absolutely wonderful. Be in the poorhouse soon but know I have to have a lot of them>
    Ann Robbins

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  40. I really like that Hemstitched Oval die! I love the look of the hemstitching and love the versatility of adding it or not.

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  41. What beautiful creations Teresa! They have your signature look all of them. Masterpieces all!

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  42. Absolutely gorgeous cards! Love this beautiful new collection! Such pretty details! Your holiday card is a real treat! The Hemstitched Oval dies are my favorites!

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  43. Beautiful projects! I'm in love with the ovals, I can't wait to get my hands on them🦋

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  44. Coralene's Chemise might be one of my favorite dies so far. It's simply beautiful and so graceful looking. I also LOVE the hemstitched ovals!

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  45. What absolutely fabulous die sets and what you’ve done with them is amazing!
    Doreen R

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  46. Gorgeous cards, beautiful colors and lovely details!

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  47. Hi
    I love all Becca's dies and you have really done them justice, really beautiful
    Pat x

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  48. Your cards are beautiful! I can see me using the hemstitched ovals A LOT! I really love how you did your card using it!!! Love the sentiment also that you used!!! Could you tell me where it came from? Keep the inspiration coming!!! Hugs

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    1. Hi Donna... most of the stamps i use are from Penny Black. She makes beautiful stamps that are the perfect sizes to fit in the dies i use alot. Thank you so much for the sweet comment on my cards. I really love all of Becca's dies and am a really huge fan too!!

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    2. Thank you, Teresa, for your speedy reply!!!!!!! I will definitely be getting these hemstitched dies!!! Have a wonderful creative day!!!!

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  49. You are so inspiring, Teresa! Each of your cards are so sweet and happy.

    I think you know already that my heart swooned when I saw the Frame Die Set. (mentioned that in an email a couple of weeks ago). Your card further convinces me that I need to pick it up. :)

    Thank you for sharing and inspiring! Hugs

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  50. I was already convinced I needed the Hemstitch rectangles, and then I see your card with the ovals. Sigh. Now I need both, and that card you made with the Chemise layering die is perfect!

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  51. I love the Chemise die set and am currently adding it to my collection today! I have added your Christmas Card to my Pinterest Christmas Card Board. Working on Christmas cards this week, I am going to put my own spin on this one! Thanks for sharing!
    xOx
    Peach
    in NE Arizona

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  52. Wow! Fabulous cards... and I love that layering frame... I wonder if I could do it!

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  53. Such beautiful use of the Hemstitch dies Teresa. Both cards are just perfect.

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  54. Gorgeous! I see many possibilities for these awesome dies! Each one has so much style and pop that any creation made using them has to be awesome! TFS!

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  55. Grogeous creations, love how you incorporate the dies, just beautiful xx

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  56. Your cards are incredibly beautiful! I've been eyeing the hemstitch rectangles for a while and to see that there are oval too, I think I'll need both sets now :)

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  57. All three cards are stunning. The first card is my favorite. Love the beautiful die. Love the Large Chemise Layered die set. I love bigger cards.

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  58. Your cards are so beautiful. Love the gold oval with the trees.

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  59. Such loveliness!! I especially like your Chemise frame card!!

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  60. These are so beautiful and I really love the Coralene's Chemise frame die. Everything layers just perfectly!!

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  61. Wow! Stunning cards!
    Anne

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  62. I had already ordered both the rectangle and the oval dies because those are the two shapes I use most frequently. It is very encouraging to see the impact of the oval on a card that can basically be made with just straight cut, layered papers... and a couple of traditional embellishments. I, too, love all things "Becca"..!

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  64. Beautiful cards, what stamp set did you use for "You could not be more thoughtful"?

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